USPS OIG: Tackling Delivery Delays

More packages and fewer letters to more addresses each year. That’s the daily drill for U.S. Postal Service city carriers and city carrier assistants (CCA), the non-career carriers who make up a growing segment of the workforce. As we’ve noted in past blogs, customers are feeling negative effects of this changing mail mix. Complaints of…

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Cape Coral businesses vs post office: End late deliveries! (video)

April 28, 2016 CAPE CORAL, Fla. – Business owners are complaining about the late delivery of mail and are demanding the local post offices fix what they see as a preventable postal problem. Nearly 200 businesses in the North Cape Coral Industrial Park have rallied against the post office for dropping of packages after business…

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Vigil planned for Maryland postal carrier slain last year delivering mail in the dark

The family of a mailman slain while on his route in Landover, Md., last year is expected to join postal carriers for a candlelight vigil in his memory this weekend. They’re planning to gather Sunday at Reed Street and Jutewood Avenue in Landover, where 26-year-old Tyson Jerome Barnette was fatally shot while delivering mail at…

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